Zuni and El Morro: Past and Presentby David Grant Noble (Editor), Richard B. Woodbury (Editor)
At one time, the Zuni people and their predecessors enjoyed a huge tract of land known as Cibola. Zuni borders included such sites as El Moro, Hawikuh,
Traveling the back roads of the southwestern United States, a driver will cross several Native American reservations. One with a long and rich past and a living history is the Pueblo of Zuni in western New Mexico.
At one time, the Zuni people and their predecessors enjoyed a huge tract of land known as Cibola. Zuni borders included such sites as El Moro, Hawikuh, and the Village of the Great Kivas, linked to Chaco Canyon by prehistoric roads.
In addition to the story of great archaeological studies, Zuni and El Moro includes chapters on Zuni tribal history, philosophy, and religion. Articles by well-known historians and archaeologists reconstruct for the reader the history and prehistory of the Zuni and their land.
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